Hoiseth came to Saddleback in 2007 and was asked by administrators to give Saddleback College the top community college athletics web site in the state of California. He delivered on that goal, as the Saddleback athletics web site is considered by many to be the standard among community colleges in the state with over 1.5-million hits per month.
Since arriving, Hoiseth has introduced new technology to the site, using the latest in social networking applications as well as creating the Gaucho Sports Network, which features live streaming of games on a pay-per-view basis. He has also added a spot on the site to buy Saddleback gear, helping to find new ways to generate revenue for the department. Hoiseth is the play-by-play voice on the Gaucho Sports Network for football and the public address announcer at home basketball games. He has also taken on other roles in the sports information department, such as record-keeping, digital archives and generating content for media guides and brochures. Hoiseth is solely responsible for all the content on the web site and social media platforms. He also started an annual report of scholarship monies awarded to Saddleback athletes, which is used by the president of the college at commencement ceremonies as well as athletic administrators.
In addition to his role at Saddleback, Hoiseth took on the role as the conference representative for women's soccer on the Orange Empire Conference web site in 2016, generating articles to promote the sport and its athletes.
Hoiseth has been in the sports information/public relations industry since the mid 1990's, performing a variety of roles. He was the Sports Information Director for the Rancho Santiago Community College District (Santa Ana College & Santiago Canyon College) from 2000-2003, joining the California Community College Sports Information Association and earning the top new web site in the state from CCPRO in 2002.
Hoiseth then started his own company (The JuCal Transfer), where he scouted California community college football and softball players. The company transitioned into JCGridiron.com in 2005, and Hoiseth has been the owner and publisher of that site on the popular Rivals.com network ever since, earning national recognition for his recruiting news, rankings and opinions related to community college football. Since owning JCGridiron.com, Hoiseth's work has been published in a bevy of national news organizations and magazines, including the popular Phil Steele magazine. His JCGridiron Dirty 30 Team Rankings are considered the standard in the industry for national team rankings.
Hoiseth graduated from Saddleback College in 1998 with an Associate of Arts Degree in Broadcast Communications. He then received a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Broadcast Journalism from California State University at Fullerton in 1999.